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  1. 2 giorni fa · The existing 12 fellowships, 9 dating from the days of Gonville and 3 more founded by Caius, gradually separated off as senior fellowships, whose holders alone were entitled to take any part in the government of the College, while further fellowships of a rather lower standing were being founded.

  2. 2 giorni fa · New Labour, newest Labour, and the party’s quest for an ethical foreign policy. July 11, 2024, 1:00 AM. By Bronwen Everill, a lecturer in history and fellow of Gonville & Caius College at the ...

  3. 2 giorni fa · John (Johannes) Caius—usually pronounced Keys—was born in Norwich, son of Robert Caius and Alice (née Wode). He was an English physician and classical scholar who was the second founder of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge. He led an adventurous but at times a turbulent and troubled life. 1. His schooling was in Norwich, and he then ...

  4. 2 giorni fa · When Fellow Dr Bronwen Everill was considering where to go next with her career, she reflected on the aspect of life at Gonville & Caius College which gives her most enjoyment and satisfaction: the supervisions. Now, after nine years as Caius’ 1973 Lecturer in History, Bronwen is moving to Princeton University in New Jersey, to work on the ...

  5. 5 giorni fa · After spending six weeks at Gonville & Caius College on a summer internship, Kian Richardson was keen for more. He is now returning to Cambridge for a postgraduate degree this autumn. Kian took part in the SHARE scheme in summer 2022 and left feeling he had unfinished business at

  6. 1 giorno fa · Anita Bunyan (College Lecturer at Gonville & Caius College, University of Cambridge) analysed the Baltic in the German cultural imaginary. Prof. Karolina Wigura (Member of the Board, Kultura Liberalna Foundation and Associate Professor, Faculty of Sociology, University of Warsaw) investigated the East Central European region of the Baltic Sea and Germany’s historical relations with it.

  7. 22 ore fa · Letters in the archive also highlight the Gonville and Caius College research fellow’s campaigning role for scientific colleagues trapped behind the Iron Curtain during the Cold War, ...